Originally Posted by dcdoorknob
He's borderline top 20 despite missing 4 months last year.
He just lost to a top 15 player on his weakest surface, and his opponent's strongest surface, in 5 sets.
Raonic is doing fine.
Tsonga smashed Monaco at RG 2009 which was Monaco's best surface and Tsonga's worst. Why did Raonic not show this same potential even if he's not great on clay? He's still got enough talent to make the surface irrelevant. That's what good players are supposed to do. Raonic lost to Monaco and he should not have, no matter if it's clay or not.